Our Pledge to the Victims and Families of Grenfell Tower Block, London

By Isabella @TheWandCarver

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The Black Ribbon of Mourning, courtesy of Google images

A terrible tragedy visited North London in the early hours of 14 June 2017 when a fire erupted and tore through the 24-story tower block, Grenfell, in Kensington. Presently 30 are known dead but fire brigade and others can’t get into the upper stories yet until the floors are shored up and made safe enough. What is to come doesn’t bear thinking about, but think about and do something about, we must. From today through the end of July 2017, we are pledging 20% of our sales to the British Red Cross London Fire Relief Fund. You can be assured when you purchase something from us you will be helping victims and families of this devastating tragedy. If you would prefer to make the donation yourself, the link is http://www.redcross.org.uk/About-us/News/2017/June/London-Fire-Relief-Fund. No matter what you can spend, great or small, is needed and appreciated. Every little helps! Our last fundraiser helped us to send £100 to the victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. We hope to be able to reach that goal but more would be lovely. Many thanks to our customers for being so wonderful. We could not do it without you x


About Isabella

Everything worth knowing, I learned from my Nana. I'm a sixty-six year old cunning woman who practises a solitary English hedgewitch life in as near the old ways as I can. I do not sacrifice small animals, neighbours, nor eat children. I'm more interested in visiting my ancestors on hedgewalks. And, I am owned entirely by my lovely feline companion, Pippa [Lady Philipa Cattington].
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